There cannot be enough said about the importance of singing with proper vocal technique. Our vocal instructors will teach you the proper technique of singing and how to use your singing and speaking voice in a healthy and natural way. Voice lessons will teach you the proper breath support needed to optimize vocal potential in a way that will not damage your vocal folds. There are so many singers who try to affect their voice in order to mimic other singers and performers. This often causes serious damage to vocal chords particularly when the singer they were trying to copy wasn't singing correctly to begin with. We have several things that you will find make our voice lessons unique.
We don't want you to just sing in the shower with your newly-trained voice. All of our voice students have many options to perform in recitals and performances that we have at the school throughout the year. Some of these performances happen right in the atrium in our own building. Students will get to perform with other students in their age group and skill level. Performances give students the opportunity to practice that final step of the music-learning curriculum by exercising the presentation of their skills in a public forum. The excitement and nerves of public performance can often derail good technique if it hasn't been properly learned and reinforced in the first place.
There is not a more powerful tool in building confidence than overcoming the fear of public performance and public speaking. Vocal lessons teach students to control and train their body to relax while performing. Anxiety and performance-induced stress often translates into bad vocal performances. Many singers find themselves great singers in smaller, informal settings - in the recording studio or even the shower - and often find it challenging or impossible to reproduce the same quality performance in front of a larger audience. Our teachers will teach you how to overcome this fear and to release your inner confidence and full musical potential.
My Name is Candace "Mahogany" Miller. I and my colleagues are all performers as well as Educators. We love to keep our classes fun and upbeat, teaching the fundamentals while exploring the evolution of the music world! We are a center dedicated to art for the whole family. Music is a great way to stimulate our minds and a great outlet for our energy! Our students range in age from 3yrs old to 95yrs old. We want to see families find fun and creative things to do in the home beyond TV and digital devices! And if we must use digital services, let's be innovative and use them to create! ... View Profile
We make singing lessons for kids fun and engaging. Private voice lessons, group rehearsals and live performances help children learn how to sing in a comfortable atmosphere, no matter what skill level they're at vocally. Expert voice instructors teach the basics like staying in-key, breathing and diction and advanced techniques like timbre and intonation. Based on age and skill level, kids join at least one of School of Rock's music programs for kids: Rookies, Rock 101, Performance, House Band, and AllStars.
I prepare kids and teens to improve their singing techniques, stage actitue and how to get feedback with the audience. I have innovated and contemporary singing thecniques for young ages ,youth and adults.Twenty years of experience teaching. Our Academy has won more than 15 awards in different music competitions. I graduate as a Music Teacher in Bs As Argentina Conservatory. Facebook/4everMusic Facebook/ShannaTauler
There are five main things that can make a huge difference in the quality of music instruction your child receives, the amount of extra work and hassles the parents must deal with, and the overall enjoyment and satisfaction of being involved with a music program. Here are 5 things that every parent should consider before deciding on a music studio for their child. 1. Are Music Studios Sound Insulated? Out attractive music studios are also sound insulated with observation window and doors to give students and parents a sense of “open doors” comfort and security. It also gives parents an opportunity to observe how th ... View Profile